Two of two for Bashkimi in Bulgaria
21-02-2023 | 20:32KB Bashkimi will remember well its trip to Bulgaria - after zero wins in the first 5 games for the season, now in two days, the Kosovo team had two wins in two days.
The first victory was recorded in Stara Zagora, and on Tuesday KB Bashkimi won against Levski in Sofia 84-79.
Levski was missing key players - injured Alan Arnett and Nikolay Mihaylov as well as Lachezar Dimitrov who is on national team duty.
The long road and game the day before got KB Bashkimi tired and this helped Levski to make an even match-up, despite playing with lots of juniors.
The match was very even from the start to the last two minutes, where the Prizren team made the difference.
It was Bashkimi's big men who made the difference - Samardo Samuels shined under the basket tonight, scoring 23 points and grabbing 9 rebounds. Daniel Lekndreaj was the only one on the team who did a double-double, giving 18 points and 10 rebounds. Dajuan Graf again proved to be instrumental, while he scored 13 points and 6 assists.
Levski captain Asen Velikov had a superb triple-double with 17 points, 14 rebounds, and 11 assists.
Shay Shtriks: When you have good people with you all can be done!
Photo gallery from the final and 2022/2023 Final 4 Award Ceremony
Lior Lubin: You can't get used to winning
David Efiyani: We played for each other
Rami Hadar: My players played hard
David Joseph: We played hard
Boiko Milenkov: The positive thing is that the hall is full
Hapoel Altshuler Shaham Beer Sheva/Dimona is the new champion!
Robert Georgiev: I want to congratulate the team for the character we showed
Hard-fought bronze for Beroe
Ioannis Agrafiotis: I expect a great final
Lior Lubin: Everyone wants to win titles no matter where they play
Rami Hadar: We're looking forward to the big final
Boiko Milenkov: We have to apologize to the people
Huge scoring game sent Hapoel Beer Sheva to the Final
Stara Zagora municipality welcomed Final 4
It's time for Final 4!
Shay Shtriks: This was the most challenging season
Delasport Balkan League Final 4 to be tv broadcasted in all four participant countries
David Efianayi praises Delasport Balkan League: We are in the Final 4 and now it's about just winning the whole thing
Happy Easter to the Orthodox world!
Referees from North Macedonia, Greece and Montenegro to officiate Final Four
Schedule of games for Final Four
Delasport Balkan League unveils Final Four logo for 2022/23
Stara Zagora to host Final 4 tournament for 2022/23
Final standings in Delasport Balkan League Regular Season 22/23
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All times are local time
|Delasport Balkan League 2022/2023 Regular Season|
|1||Hapoel Altshuler Shaham Beer Sheva/Dimona||13 - 1||27|
|2||KB Peja||11 - 3||25|
|3||BC Beroe||7 - 8||22|
|4||KK Milenijum Kodio||4 - 10||18|
|5||BC Budivelnyk Kyiv||6 - 5||13|
|6||KB Bashkimi||3 - 8||11|
|7||BC Levski 2014||1 - 10||9|